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Tipniques: Mind The Gap
Tipniques: Mind The Gap
A tutorial to make non-continuous linetypes smoothly in AutoCAD.
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Create Your Own Tool Palette -- Without Network Permissions
Create Your Own Tool Palette -- Without Network Permissions
See tip link for description.
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Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: String Linetypes
Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: String Linetypes
String linetypes are complex linetypes that consist of some text. Any string linetype may contain some dashes, spaces, and/or dots. You should be familiar with defining simple linetypes to be able to define String linetypes. For more information read the following tutorial....
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Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Simple Linetypes
Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Simple Linetypes
Simple linetypes are those that consist of dashes, spaces and dots. On the other hand complex linetypes may contain texts and/or shapes. Figure 1 shows some simple and complex linetypes. Here you learn how to define and use a simple linetype.
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Adding Hyperlinks To Drawing Objects
Adding Hyperlinks To Drawing Objects
The computer world has been taken over! Internet functions have been slowly creeping into our programs. What used to be buttons have changed into little blue pieces of text. We ALL know what to do when we see this, don`t we? Click here, and you are launched to a better place! Well, a different place anyway. What a great thing, though, to be able to add information to a sentence or image that you need with a single mouse click!***Free Registration Required***
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Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Using Shapes
Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Using Shapes
You can insert shapes as symbols in your drawing files. You can also use them to define text fonts and/or linetypes. Shapes are defined with special text files called shape files. The extension file name for a shape file is SHP. Figure 1 shows a sample shape file in a Notepad window. You may use Notepad or another text editor for creating and modifying shape files.
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Create A Custom Simple Linetype
Create A Custom Simple Linetype
Back up acad.lin file and then edit it to create a simple linetype in AutoCAD.
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Working With Linetypes, Part 2
Working With Linetypes, Part 2
Last lesson, we began looking at how linetype patterns are constructed in AutoCAD. We saw that there are many commands and system variables that let you load and modify linetypes. We learned how to write a new linetype definition within AutoCAD using the -Linetype Create command, as follows...
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Liquid Cabinets in Architectural Desktop
Liquid Cabinets in Architectural Desktop
Working with wall styles for casework
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Creating a Table of Block Attributes in AutoCAD Using .NET - Part 2
Creating a Table of Block Attributes in AutoCAD Using .NET - Part 2
Creating a Table of Block Attributes in AutoCAD Using .NET - Part 2
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ADT Networking Palettes Video Tutorial
ADT Networking Palettes Video Tutorial
Create a networked Catalog and Palettes without involving the Project Navigator, Daryl Gregoire
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ADT 2006 Options - Part 2
ADT 2006 Options - Part 2
Exploring AutoCAD 2006 Options dialog box: Export to AutoCAD, Block Properties of Exploded Object, Unselected Grip Colors, Dynamic Dimensions Linetype, etc., Mark W. Kiker
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Using Hyperlinks
Using Hyperlinks
Everyone is familiar with hyperlinks on websites. Hyperlinks make connections between documents on the Internet. But you can also insert hyperlinks between objects in your AutoCAD drawings and files or websites that may be located anywhere on the Internet, a network (intranet and extranet), or your own hard drive.
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You Can Be A Property Painter!
You Can Be A Property Painter!
It`s been a couple of AutoCAD releases since the MATCHPROP command came out—and I always forget to take advantage of this powerful command. Essentially, we`re talking about a means of painting the properties of one object onto a group of other objects. Do you need to change a bunch of text from one text style to another? Would you like to match up the linetype scale factor or linetype of one group of objects to another?
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Tipniques: Mind The Gap
Tipniques: Mind The Gap
Getting to grips with dashes and gaps that make up non-continuous linetypes may at first appear to be a trial-and-error process, but by following some simple guidelines it is a relatively easy, painless process to fully control these items.***Free Registration Required***
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